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When I first watched this I had a lot of interesting things to say and thoughts to write down, and I always wanted to take time out of my day to write a lengthy review. But now it's 2 weeks later and I never did. And all my sophisticated opinions have vanished.
Anyway this was a really beautiful piece of art. Examining youth, coming-of-age, grieving, aging and love despite all this in a time when even America didn't even know…
This was absolutely breathtaking. I have no better word for it. When the credits rolled, I had to take a moment, wipe my tears off and see where I actually was. I saw it in the theatre, and it was nothing short of life changing.
Let me preface this by saying that this is an insanely personal experience and this review will be a highly personal one.
I relate so incredibly much to this film. I too am a struggling…
It seems fans of hers are trying to break the algorithm? Only 5 stars? No top reviews? I don't know but given the hype I thought I'd give it a go.
It's a decently shot film and I'd like for more songs to have little short films accompanying them. Some of my favorite songs would be great in a short film (Cigarette Daydreams, Ode to the Mets, Partners in Crime, Gambino's That Power) I would love to make any of…